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The Southeast Asian Economic Outlook 2011 (SAEO 2011) Seminar took place on 13 July 2011.
The Development Centre releases the African Economic Outlook 2011: Africa and its Emerging Partners / Expansion of development indicators on Wikiprogress.Stat / Latest Asian Business Cycle Indicators / Development Centre stands out, delivering Latin American Economic Outlook in Mexico and Peru
Social cohesion is the topic of the upcoming edition of the Perspectives on Global Development report which every year, identifies analyses and provides workable policy solutions for a pressing global development challenge.
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ASEAN countries should play a more active role in the international standard-setting process for carbon labelling, and develop a consolidated approach that is part of ASEAN countries' environmental sustainability plans.
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ASEAN economies show resilience in growth in the second quarter of 2011 according to the latest Asian Business Cycle Indicators (ABCIs). Malaysia and Thailand show upward movement in business cycles. Some signs of slowing appeared in China and India.
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El impacto de la crisis en América Latina fue significativo pero transitorio.
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How middle class is Latin America? Pensions and fiscal policy.
¿En qué medida es clase media América Latina? Sobre pensiones y política fiscal
The region’s macro-economic outlook and the role of the middle classes in Latin America’s development are discussed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson and Angel Melguizo at the the Central Bank of Peru on 13 June 2011, based on the Latin American Economic Outlook 2011.
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The OECD Development Centre, the Ibero-American Secretariat, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean and the Government of Mexico co-organise a policy dialogue event to discuss fiscal policy in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Many indicators suggested that Latin America has faced the crisis in a much better macroeconomic position that in the past. Is Latin America’s new resilience a permanent change?